Tax deductions make solar energy more economical for businesses owners than homeowners.
A Purdue Extension publication gives community leaders insight into the methamphetamine problem in Indiana. The state leads the nation in meth lab raids.
Research shows that standard cleaning procedures in retail delis may not eradicate Listeria monocytogenes bacteria, a dangerous food-borne pathogen.
Purdue is partnering with three Indiana zoos in a conservation program to hatch and raise juvenile hellbender salamanders and then return them to their southern Indiana habitat.
Vitamin A deficiency is a major health concern in the developing world. Agronomists use natural selection and breeding methods to develop orange corn high in vitamin A carotenoids.
Emily Erickson became interested in mammary biology research when raising dairy goats on her family’s farm. She’s one of 14 students in the U.S. awarded the prestigious Churchill Scholarship.
American Indian and indigenous students pursuing graduate degrees in STEM fields find mentors and a support network through a scholarship program.
Agriculture becomes more high-tech every year, and researchers are zeroing in on how the gazillion bits of digital information can help farmers become more efficient and productive.